Purina Dairy Goat Parlor 18

Purina Dairy Goat Parlor 18 50-lbPurina Dairy Goat Parlor 18 is a high-protein wholesome pelleted feed formulated for optimum milk production in lactating dairy goats.

Designed to deliver the nutrition and performance you expect. See the difference it can make in your goats’ overall growth and health.



Availa-4® minerals
  • Balanced combination of organic zinc, manganese, copper and cobalt to support growth and help immune function
Diamond V® Yeast Culture
  • Designed to encourage intake and support intestinal health during times of stress
Nutritionally balanced
  • Fortified for optimal milk production. Provides a proper balance of high-quality protein, vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.
Palatable, high-quality ingredients
  • Helps ensure consumption

  • No separation of ingredients, easy to handle

Guaranteed Analysis

 Crude protein  Min  18.00%
 Crude fat  Min  3.00%
 Crude fiber  Max  8.00%
 Calcium (Ca)  Min  0.75%
 Calcium (Ca)  Max  1.25%
 Phosphorus (P)  Min  0.60%
 Salt (NaCl)  Min  0.30%
 Salt (NaCl)  Max  0.80%
 Copper (Cu)  Min  20 ppm
 Copper (Cu)  Max  25 ppm
 Selenium (Se)  Min  0.6 ppm
 Vitamin A  Min  4,000 IU/lb
 Vitamin D3  Min  750 IU/lb
 Vitamin E  Min  30 IU/lb


Noble Goat™ Dairy Parlor 18 is a pelleted feed for lactating dairy goats. Feed according to production requirements (1 pound of Noble Goat™ Dairy Parlor 18 per every 2 quarts of milk produced) along with good quality forage freechoice. Do not dilute further with grain. Always provide adequate amounts of fresh, clean water.

In groups of goats there are certain animals that experience chronic bloat, or other digestive disturbances and consequently, are poor performers. In addition, excess feed consumption, severe weather changes resulting in erratic feed consumption and poorly managed feeding practices, can increase the incidence of bloat in all goats. If bloating occurs, the above management practices should be reviewed and your veterinarian consulted.

Note: This product contains copper and should not be fed to sheep.

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